Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) March 4, 2008
Cloth diapering has been around since the beginning of babies. Interest in using cloth diapers has waned over the last generations as new, more convenient disposable diapers have been introduced. In recent years though, with the growing awareness of our impact on the environment, interest in cloth baby diapers has increased again. Thankfully, cloth diapers today are not what they used to be. Their design is much better, they come in an assortment of attractive colors and styles with snaps and Velcro (no more pins!); and they're more absorbent. New parents are rediscovering the joys and benefits of cloth diapering. And, the arrival of g-diapers in Canada has made cloth diapering an even more attractive option.
g-diapers are really the best of both worlds: the convenience of a disposable diaper in a cloth diaper. g-diapers consist of a washable, cotton outer pant and a plastic free flushable refill. And, if you don't want to flush the refill, you can either toss it or compost it - it is completely biodegradable. "I've been testing them with my kids and I love them" says Natalie Carriere McGowan, owner of http://www.ecomama.ca, and mother of eighteen-month old triplets. She adds, "The great thing about them is that the actual diapers don't need to be washed with every use - a huge bonus for someone with multiples, and there's no guilt in using the disposable refills!"
Ecomama has now added gDiapers to it's growing line-up of earth-friendly products. In fact, ecomama.ca is among the first retailers in Canada to offer the g-Diapers. They are currently offering an introductory special: 10% off on orders placed during the month of March. It is the perfect time to stock up and start discovering the benefits of cloth diapering. With the arrival of g-diapers in Canada, cloth diapering has never been so easy or convenient.
Natalie Carrière McGowan is a busy mom of very active 16 month-old triplets. She has always been interested in anything and everything to do with living green. Having three babies at the same time has provided her with countless opportunities (and challenges!) to discover the latest and greatest in green parenting. She is also the owner of Ecomama (http://www.ecomama.ca), an online retailer of earth-friendly products for young families and meeting place for like-minded individuals. In 2008, she will be continuing her journey of a thousand miles and encouraging others to join in.
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